It’s September and fall is almost upon us! So, you know what that means – get out your pointy sticks, your favorite wool yarn and let the winter knitting games begin! I love this time of year, don’t you?
Staying in the Brooklyn Tweed vein, here are some looks at Jared Flood’s latest designs. His work (and that of those he employs) is always timeless and classic with beautiful tweed yarns and cables all melded together into one outstanding design. This compilation of patterns does not disappoint with designs offered by Michele Wang, Julie Hoover, and of course, Jared Flood.
Original Source: You must peruse their Look Book here.
“Ondawa” by Michele Wang. What a wondrous amalgam of patterns! I love her combination of interesting texture and silhouette. Fascinating!
Original Source: mishi2x
Julie Hoover’s contribution, “Crosby” as seen 1. here (last picture on the right) and 2. here, looks so comfortable, I would be tempted to wear it every day. Again, the great combination of patterns and that tweedy charcoal color gives this sweater such a timeless appeal.
Original Source: Julie Hoover
Ravelry Page: Crosby
By the way, all of the above photos were taken by the multi-talented Jared Flood.
Okay, moving on to Gudrun Johnston and this lovely example of color work in her Northdale pattern published in the Shetland Trader Book 2 yet to be released in October, 2014. This pullover was knit using Brooklyn Tweed’s Loft fingering 4-ply yarn from the bottom up. You can find out more about Gudrun and her designs on her website.
Original Source: Ravelry page (pre-order pattern here)
Broome Pattern by Vanessa Putt. These large braided cables and colors are outstanding! This would definitely be a fast knit and such a satisfying project to take on as well. Would make a great Christmas gift, right? Hmmmm.
Original Source: Ravelry page
Is she adorable or what? Not to mention the hat and sweater! Ooh, I am definitely getting in the mood for winter knitting!
Original Source: Tocotovintage
My own happy knitting, almost done! (Referenced here.)
Have a good one,